Destruction Unit Delivers Brash Noise-Punk on 'Dust'

Arizona quintet's latest is part of Adult Swim Singles series

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Shannen Gaffney

With a new track as part of the next installment of Adult Swim Singles, Arizona noise-punk outfit Destruction Unit will be debuting their first new music since the release of last year's Deep Trip. The quintet's contribution is entitled "Dust," a panicked track heavy on brash drums and distorted vocals that evokes a twisted image of cowboys on acid, sprinting through the desert in a paranoid race to their death. "I don't like what I see," complains singer Ryan Rousseau, as he struggles to push these images out of his head.

Stream "Dust" below and check out the rest of the Adult Swim Singles free-download project, which features Mastadon, Future, and more.

Destruction Unit tour dates:
June 30 - Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
July 3 - New York, NY @ Webster Hall
July 4 - New York, NY @ Silent Barn July 13 - Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
August 19 - Tempe, AZ @ Luxie Warehouse

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